Punk Hairstyle and Hair-band Cuts from the 80s for Men
These days, there has been an abundance of classic hairstyles, which amazingly have come under the spotlight and attracted lots of men to change their hairstyle. What was interesting about those classic hairstyles, they all shade the same binding factors.
You know, using hairspray, mousse, and lots of teasing slicked back combing style so the hair can stick up from the head. Lots of men have opted for these hairstyles since they look so neat, simple, and stylish. In case you want to have some ideas on those hairstyles, here are some inspirations to look at.
One of the example of punk hairstyle from the 80s is Billy Idol. He once wore spiked and bleach-blonde hair. Actually, this is just similar to Mohawk, in which the head is shaved right on the sides yet has a long, gelled or spiked strip of hair right down the center.
This was popular punk hairstyle as well. What is great about Mohawk is that it can be dyed, curly, or straight, short or tall.
You can use lots of styling gel in order to achieve the spiky style of punk haircuts.
Another 80s haircut you can wear is the Hair-band cuts. Hair metals is known to refer to 1908s bands with big, tangled, lengthy, and frizzy hairstyels, just like the members of Huns n’ Roses, for instance.
If you happen to have curly hair, you can hang your head upside down and then blow-dry it from the roots. Remember to use a comb to back-comb the hair to make it stand higher.